Tag: Anfield

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The history of Liverpool FC recently touchable This is Anfield sign

The history of Liverpool FC recently touchable This is Anfield sign

This is Anfield 🙌🔴 A special moment for the skipper 👌 pic.twitter.com/g74M6o3IVh — Liverpool FC (@LFC) August 12, 2019 Liverpool FC started the 2019/20 Premier League with a successful performance against newcomers Norwich City 4-1 at Anfield, but what was more significant is that the Reds are now allowed to touch the This is Anfield...

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Liverpool FC shows a new emotional video of Mike Kearney in the last match of the Premier League

Liverpool FC shows a new emotional video of Mike Kearney in the last match of the Premier League

After winning the hearts of players and fans earlier in the season… We joined @MikeKearney1 and his cousin Stephen to experience our final #PL matchday of the campaign. 🙌 pic.twitter.com/NbzmQiV3rV — Liverpool FC (@LFC) May 15, 2019 Special One Football Club Liverpool FC has shared on its social media channel a new emotional episode of...

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Miracles do happen for Special Ones Football Clubs as Liverpool repeat UCL history

Miracles do happen for Special Ones Football Clubs as Liverpool repeat UCL history

🔊 Spine-tingling. 🔊 The Kop serenades their heroes after one of the most amazing nights in Anfield's storied history. Hairs up. pic.twitter.com/BITS12UwA5 — Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) May 8, 2019 Last night, all the people at Anfield felt a tingling when Liverpool FC celebrated at the Kop End that they advanced to the UEFA...

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Why Liverpool supporters nicknamed Tommy Smith ‘Anfield Iron’ appropriately

Why Liverpool supporters nicknamed Tommy Smith ‘Anfield Iron’ appropriately

We remember the Anfield Iron, Tommy Smith. pic.twitter.com/kJLU9lePys — Liverpool FC (@LFC) April 14, 2019 Liverpool supporters got emotional at Anfield on the LFC clash against Chelsea FC to a large extent because of the tribute paid to Reds’ legendary player Tommy Smith, who passed away at the age of 74. Sir Kenny Dalglish led the...

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English cities with more than one football club

English cities with more than one football club

LONDON If it’s multiple football clubs you’re after on your visit to any particular city then there’s no question that London takes the biscuit. The capital of the United Kingdom boasts not one, not two, not even three of four stadiums. Instead there are a grand total of fourteen different grounds where football is played...